Polish and Slovak fighter jets will be destroyed in Ukraine, the Kremlin said

Polish and Slovak fighter jets will be destroyed in Ukraine, the Kremlin said

Polish and Slovak fighters will be destroyed in Ukraine, Kremlin said< /p> The arrival of a MiG-29 fighter plane from Slovakia at the former military airport in Hradec Králové, where the CIAF 2012 air show was held in September 2012.

Moscow – Polish and Slovak fighter planes will be destroyed in Ukraine and will not affect the course of the conflict in any way, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said according to the TASS agency. According to him, the deliveries of MiG-29 fighter jets, which Warsaw and Bratislava announced on Thursday and today, are just further evidence of the increasing involvement of NATO member states in the conflict.

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“As we have repeatedly stated, the delivery of this military equipment cannot affect the outcome of a special military operation, but may represent additional problems for Ukraine itself and Ukrainians,” Peskov said, referring to the official term Moscow uses for its military aggression in Ukraine .

Poland and Slovakia matches will be in Ukraine destroyed, the Kremlin said

“Of course, during a special military operation, all this equipment will be destroyed,” the spokesman added.

On Thursday, Polish President Andrzej Duda announced that his country would hand over in the coming days Four Soviet-made MiG-29 aircraft to Ukraine. The delivery of 13 fighter jets was subsequently approved by the Slovak government this morning. Slovakia decommissioned its MiGs last year. Duda said that the Polish planes are operational.

Bratislava and Warsaw, according to Peskov, prove how involved NATO is in the war in Ukraine, and the spokesman described the delivery of fighter jets as “getting rid of old and unnecessary equipment.” Members of the North Atlantic Alliance have been providing military, financial and other assistance to Kyiv since last year's invasion of Ukraine by Russian troops.